See the Super Bowl ad featuring our TODAY anchors

Feb. 6, 2012 at 8:54 AM ET

Did you catch our TODAY anchors in NBC's Super Bowl commercial?

They starred with more than 100 other NBC personalities in an ad called "Brotherhood of Man," which featured everyone singing the tune of that name from the Broadway musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." Who knew our journalists and entertainment stars all had such good voices?

The Rockefeller Plaza portion of the ad, a promotion for NBC's programming slate, was filmed during a few days in late January. See below for some behind-the-scenes pictures, including our TODAY talent hanging out with their "SNL" counterparts. 

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Al, Ann, Matt and Natalie star in the "Brotherhood of Man" commercial featuring more than 100 NBC talent.
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In the "Brotherhood of Man" ad, Bob Costas, Natalie Morales and Jimmy Fallon walk into 30 Rockefeller Center after the song has ended.
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Kathie Lee Gifford (right) and Hoda Kotb (second from left) stand with the comic actresses who spoof them on "Saturday Night Live": Nasim Pedrad (left) and Kristen Wiig (second from right). Read more:
Al stands with Kenan Thompson, who sometimes portrays our affable weatherman on
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Brian Williams greets Jack McBrayer, who plays a super NBC page on "30 Rock."
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"Saturday Night Live" cast view their performances during the "Brotherhood of Man" shoot on Rockefeller Plaza.
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"30 Rock" star Alec Baldwin holds a Rockette. You can also see TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager in the background.
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Brian Williams carries "30 Rock" star Tina Fey in the big finale for the "Brotherhood of Man" commercial.

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